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Eight in Ten Americans Report Being Dissatisfied with How Their Body Looks at Times

Feeling Self-Conscious Especially Likely When Looking in the Mirror, Being at the Beach in a Bathing Suit, and Shopping for Clothes

Eight in Ten Americans Report Being Dissatisfied with How Their Body Looks at Times

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  • Chris Jackson Vice President, US, Public Affairs
  • Mallory Newall Director, US, Public Affairs
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A recent RiverMend Health/Ipsos poll shows that most Americans report feeling unhappy with how their body looks at times (79% vs. 21% never, I am always satisfied with how my body looks), with dissatisfaction most prevalent when looking in the mirror (37%), when at the beach in a bathing suit (32%), or when shopping for clothes (31%). For the full results of this poll and information on methodology, please visit: https://www.ipsos.com/en-us/news-polls/Most-Americans-Experience-Feeling-Dissatisfied-with-How-Their-Body-Looks-from-Time-to-Time-Including-Two-in-Five-Who-Feel-This-Way-When-Looking-in-Mirror

 

 

The author(s)

  • Chris Jackson Vice President, US, Public Affairs
  • Mallory Newall Director, US, Public Affairs

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